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'''Wolmark, Jenny. "The Postmodern Romances of Feminist Science Fiction." (1995).''' Anthologized in Jenny Wolmark, ed. ''[[Cybersexualities: A Reader on Feminist Theory, Cyborgs and Cyberspace]]''. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 1999. Reviewed Veronica Hollinger, "[[Doing It for Ourselves: Two Feminist Cyber-Readers]], our source here, q.v.[https://www.depauw.edu/sfs/review_essays/holl85.htm]
 
'''Wolmark, Jenny. "The Postmodern Romances of Feminist Science Fiction." (1995).''' Anthologized in Jenny Wolmark, ed. ''[[Cybersexualities: A Reader on Feminist Theory, Cyborgs and Cyberspace]]''. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 1999. Reviewed Veronica Hollinger, "[[Doing It for Ourselves: Two Feminist Cyber-Readers]], our source here, q.v.[https://www.depauw.edu/sfs/review_essays/holl85.htm]
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Cyborgs in science-fictionalized versions of romance narratives. Hollinger tells us, "Wolmark reads a range of feminist texts, including Elizabeth Hand’s baroque and challenging ''Winterlong'' (1990) and Emma Bull’s feminist cyberpunk novel, ''[[Bone Dance]]'' (1991). [...] As she does in ''Aliens and Others,'' Wolmark opposes her readings of these works to the variety of "cultural pessimism" on "postmodern culture" in Fredric Jameson and Jean Baudrillard (in Wolmark 232; Hollinger p. 430).
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Wolmark, Jenny. "The Postmodern Romances of Feminist Science Fiction." (1995). Anthologized in Jenny Wolmark, ed. Cybersexualities: A Reader on Feminist Theory, Cyborgs and Cyberspace. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 1999. Reviewed Veronica Hollinger, "Doing It for Ourselves: Two Feminist Cyber-Readers, our source here, q.v.[1]

Cyborgs in science-fictionalized versions of romance narratives. Hollinger tells us, "Wolmark reads a range of feminist texts, including Elizabeth Hand’s baroque and challenging Winterlong (1990) and Emma Bull’s feminist cyberpunk novel, Bone Dance (1991). [...] As she does in Aliens and Others, Wolmark opposes her readings of these works to the variety of "cultural pessimism" on "postmodern culture" in Fredric Jameson and Jean Baudrillard (in Wolmark 232; Hollinger p. 430).


RDE, completing, 13Jun19